Donde cruzan los brujos / The Sorcerers’ Crossing has ratings and 45 reviews. Juan said: After reading all of Carlos Castaneda’s work I found this bo. Taisha Abelar’s mesmerizing account of her apprenticeship with a female colleague “Donde cruzan los Brujos” es el nombre de la versión en español de “The. Taisha Abelar, born Maryann Simko, is an American writer and anthropologist who was an associate of Carlos Castaneda.
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One of her favorite devices is to overuse names, so each time the mentor is addressed her name is used too.
The biggest value of the book is that it gives you a step by step technique for recapitulation. After reading all of Carlos Castaneda’s work I found this book redundant.
I was once on a spirital journey myself, at a very young cruzzn of sixteen I was drawn to this book and immersed myself in its subtle teachings.
Want to Read saving…. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Je Orz rated it it was amazing Oct 19, Ninoslav Celic marked it as to-read Feb crusan, I loved the book and will read many more like it.
An account of one of Carlos Casteneda’s apprentices. Racconta dell’iniziazione alla stregoneria di una ragazza ventiduenne.
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Jun 27, Aaron Dennis rated it did not like it. Taisha’s book follows the teaching and writing style of Castaneda, though it’s a much lighter and less dense read than your average Castaneda. I am not a fiction reader.
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Ravi Krishnamurthy is currently reading it Apr 30, I celebrate the inclusion of women in the realm of magic, sorcery, and shamanism. I learned one thing to apply to my spiritual development avoidance of excess in general.
Sometimes it can be like a longing to go somewhere vaguely familiar, or a longing to do something also vaguely familiar. The book was given to me by a dear friend Maybe she really did, but the book itself feels fabricated; taosha story of a silly girl trying to mimic the vast eternity that was Don Juan Matus.
It reveals several profound esoteric keys to women’s mysteries. David Lee rated it did not like it Apr 12, Jun 02, Justin rated it really liked it Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this eonde, please sign up. Must rid self of all the encumbering energy men have left inside you. I love this book so much I have read it several times and given it away to several women.
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One can argue if Carlos’ books are fiction or non-fiction. Feb 24, Yuliya Zh rated it it was amazing Shelves: I enjoyed it back when I read it, though i would react differently to it now.
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Donde cruzan los brujos / The Sorcerer’s Crossing
Good read as far as the ‘story’ goes, but for a learning resource, the later books by Lujan Matus offer more. Though Taisha is part of the cohort of Carlos Castenada, her work stands on its own. This book is for anyone searching for something different in their lives! Thanks for telling us about the problem. Aug 01, Cazna rated it really liked it Recommends it for: The author writes candidly but doesn’t dumb it down to the degree that Castaneda did. The content of Sorcerer’s Crossing is fascinating, but the writing is of poor quality.
Carlos Castaneda Foreword by. Want to Read saving…. To ask other readers questions about Donde Cruzan Los Brujosplease sign up. That being said, the characters; Don Juan, Don Genaro, Vicente, Pablito, LaGorda, LaCatalina; they are so vastly dissimilar that they are either real people or the product of a wonderfully talented author; the former is my belief because as I stated: That being said, the characters; Don Juan, Don Genaro, Vicente, Pablito, LaGorda, LaCatalina; they are so vastly dissimilar that they are either real people or the product of a wonderfully talented author; the former is my belief because as I stated: It drew me and spat me out as I learned that Taisha suspectedly committed suicide.
Donde cruzan los brujos / The Sorcerers’ Crossing (Spanish Edition)
Also I found impossible to believe that something on it was true. Need to re-read it.
Toltec readers, ex-toltec readers.